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Psychology at The Beaconsfield School

Course description

You are human - yet, chances are, you have learnt very little about the workings of the human mind - the organ that governs your every perception and sensation. Psychology focuses on the science of the mind, behaviour and experience. It looks at how individuals think, what they do and the way they are affected by their biological make up and the wider social group.

The course covers a range of psychological approaches and studies. Students will look at core questions like:

  • What makes a child become aggressive?
  • What turns someone to commit crime?
  • What is the difference between the left hemisphere and the right hemisphere?
  • What leads an individual to help a stranger?

  • Entry requirements

    Students will need to obtain 7 GCSE’s at A*-C grade including English and MathsIn addition, they will need to achieve at least a B grade in both English and Science.

    How to apply

    If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact The Beaconsfield School directly.

    Last updated date: 28 May 2014
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    Key information

    • Start date: Next September
    • Duration: 2 years

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